oldshowbiz:

The Hart and Lorne Terrific Hour starring Lorne Michaels. 1970-71

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davidmarquez:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1984: Hulk #295-297, #301 covers

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Hawkeye pillow - finished!

bluehwys:

Ever since I got the first trade of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye, I’ve wanted to make this pillow.  Those targets were perfect, and this has been on my to-do list ever since.

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Ta-dah!!!

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Side one:

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Side two:

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Please ignore the scrapped up windowsill, lol.  That is all the dog’s fault. :)

The yarn is Red Heart (of course) in Lavender, Medium Purple, and White.  I followed the blooming flower cushion pattern by Attic24, without the petals, obviously.

So happy with how it came out!

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brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1979: Marvel Preview #8 / Inks: Bob McLeod

Early Sienkiewicz drawing early Star-Lord.

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docshaner:

themarvelproject:

Art Adams made a number of fantastic contributions to Impel’s second series of Marvel trading cards in 1991.  These pieces are a great trip back in time to a period when the name Art Adams was synonymous with the cutting edge of creativity and talent in the Marvel Universe!

When I was a kid a former uncle of mine (by marriage) had all of these, but he kept them in a box in their basement. He showed them all to me at one point, and I liked the Beast card so much that I just took it. I’d feel bad about it but he turned out to be a giant jerk. The card is still awesome.

dogshaming:

Scrap booking Sparkles!
I ate a bottle of glitter and now my poop sparkles.

GPOY

dogshaming:

Scrap booking Sparkles!

I ate a bottle of glitter and now my poop sparkles.

GPOY

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rrrick:

Lunettes Noires

chrissamnee:

Step-by-step of my Adventures of Superman cover from last year.
With stellar colors by Matt Wilson on the finished piece.

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heyanniemok:

Short magical realist fictional story “Gem Pockets” debuts in Vertigo Quarterly: Magenta, in comics shops tomorrow, 7/30. I wrote it, and Minneapolis’s Dawson Walker drew it. Thanks to Dawson for the lovely job he did, and to Greg Lockard for offering me the slot in the book. As for originally scheduled artist Emily Partridge, I definitely hope we can work together sometime. We just ended up having scheduling conflicts.